‘How It’s Made’ is made: Ask this local consultant

Valley Dynamo

If you want to know how the Science Channel’s popular program How It’s Made is made, you might want to ask Hurst-based public relations consultant John Fletcher.

On Thursday’s show, the program will feature Richland Hill’s Valley-Dynamo, which showcased manufacturing of its shuffleboard and Firestorm Air Hockey products.

Last week, and still available on the channel’s website, Denton’s Peterbilt was featured for creating sleeper cabs for 18-wheelers.

He suggested both those companies for the program and helped arrange the video. He also worked with a Waco company, Hobbs Bonded Fibers, who have also been on the program.

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The show, How It’s Made will feature the Waco plant’s Bison Fibre. The show will air on The Science Channel ( check local listings for channel number and availability) on Thursday, January 31st beginning at 9PM Central/10PM Eastern.

If you’re going to search the web for this episode, it’s season 31 episode 12. The title of the episode is DeLorean Restoration; Bison Fibre; Shuffleboard Tables; Friction Forged Knives .